Renters in the Philadelphia region who are looking to get the most bang for their buck should look for that perfect apartment in Delaware County, writes Wyld Young for the Philadelphia Magazine.
Finding a place with adequate space for $1,400 a month during a pandemic can seem daunting.
This report from RENTCafé can ease frustrations by outlining the deals you’ll get in cities and towns across the Keystone State.
The RENTCafé report recently shows which places in the five-county Southeastern Pennsylvania region offer the most and least space for $1,400 – a number that is close to Pennsylvania’s average monthly rent of $1,396.
Drexel Hill ranked fifth among the top five places offering the most space. Here, renters can get 925 square feet for $1,400. This Upper Darby neighborhood is known for its walkability and accessibility, as well as its high academic standards.
The area is home to many bars, pubs, and restaurants along with several parks and playgrounds for recreation. There is even a comic book store that makes sure there is something for the entire family.
However, Delaware County is also home to several towns that offer renters the least space for the average rent.
These include Bryn Mawr in third place with 742 square feet and Media in fifth place at 764 square feet.
Read more about the best renting options in the Philadelphia Magazine.